There are 36
holiday cottages near Bristol
Bristol has been the second largest port in the UK, and still has docks and a vibrant harbour area. The harbour area is the place to be for restaurants, bars and museums. And all those with an interest in maritime history can have a look at the SS Great Britain
, which was designed by Isambard Kingdom Brunnel.
Bristol can be explored on foot, although it can be a little hilly. The streets in Bristol are lined with Georgian, Victorian and medieval architecture. You can climb the spiral stair-case of The Cabot Tower and take in the impressive views over Bristol. Or have a look round Bristol Cathedral
, which is a fantastic example of a "Hall Church".
There are plenty of gourmet restaurants to discover on your cottage holiday to Bristol; and plenty of shops too. The shops range from small local specialist shops, to the popular high street names which can be found in most big cities.
You'll find a farmers markets had regularly, and a craft fair is held at weekends. There really plenty to discover around Bristol.
If you can't find a cottage which suits your requirements, have a look at some of the holiday lodges near Bristol
available. Or why
not try the cottage search
page, which allows you to find a cottage near specific towns and attractions.